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Adjectives 04 (Age 6) - Including historical and academic

What do ‘critical’, ‘moral’ and ‘familiar’ mean? Which word can be defined as, ‘to do with the mind’? This quiz has the answers.

Aged 6 and in Year 1 or 2? This fun to play and quick vocabulary quiz was written to teach you new words in your first years of school.

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In each question you will be shown four words. All you have to do is choose which one matches the meaning given.
1.
Ethical or standard of behaviour
MORAL
EXTERNAL
LIBERAL
PLAIN
He had moral standards that he always upheld.
2.
To do with the mind
MENTAL
ANCIENT
FUNNY
EXTREME
Jose is good at mental arithmetic.
3.
Doubtful or improbable
SECONDARY
MINOR
UNLIKELY
UNKNOWN
It's unlikely he'll turn up at this late hour of the day.
4.
Minimal or insufficient. Not very large
LIMITED
TYPICAL
WONDERFUL
TERRIBLE
He had limited knowledge of the German language.
5.
Frightened or scared
URBAN
AFRAID
WEAK
PERMANENT
Our youngest son is afraid of large dogs.
6.
Friendly or close. Knowing someone
RARE
FAMILIAR
FAT
RADICAL
She is familiar with most of the team.
7.
Intellectual or scholarly. To do with education
SEVERE
SUBSEQUENT
ACADEMIC
SICK
The new school has better academic standards.
8.
To do with the past
FUNDAMENTAL
ROYAL
HISTORICAL
UNIQUE
She likes to watch historical documentaries.
9.
Preferred or chosen
VAST
CRUCIAL
PLASTIC
FAVOURITE
My favourite flavour of ice cream is chocolate.
10.
Vital or crucial. Absolutely necessary
SHARP
UPPER
MASSIVE
CRITICAL
The car manufacturer deemed safety of critical importance.
Author:  Sarah Garratty

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